A few months ago I saw these reusable microfiber makeup remover face cloths advertised online. I had used microfiber cloths for cleaning my house, but I hadn’t heard of using microfiber cloths for your face. It seemed a little odd, so I clicked on the link. I read the item description and it claimed that these microfiber cloths would remove all makeup, eliminating the need for a liquid eye makeup remover and even a cleanser. And because they are washable, you can reuse them up to 1,000 washes, just like a regular washcloth. I was intrigued and curious if they really worked.
My bedtime routine has always included washing my face each night. Specifically I used to use a regular washcloth and water to wipe all the makeup off of my face and eyelashes, and then I would use a liquid eye makeup remover and cotton balls and Q-tips to remove all of the leftover black eye makeup that a washcloth and water won’t completely remove. Then I would use my face wash to clean my skin and so on.
When I saw these microfiber cloths claiming to remove ALL of your makeup, I thought maybe I should try them out. I really wanted to eliminate the need for a liquid eye makeup remover, but I didn’t plan to stop using my cleanser. Plus I was running low on my liquid eye makeup remover and had it on my grocery list. So rather than buying more of it, I bought these microfiber cloths instead.
Now you’re wondering, Did they really work? YES!! I was a bit skeptical, but these cloths really do remove ALL makeup. I use them each night just as I did my regular washcloths. I love that I can wash them and reuse them. I no longer need to purchase eye makeup remover and was also able to eliminate a step from my face washing routine. I would still be hesitant to skip my cleanser though. Because these cloths are made of microfiber, they feel super soft on your skin, which I think is especially great for anyone who has sensitive skin. So all-around I would definitely recommend these microfiber makeup remover face cloths.
Have you tried using microfiber makeup remover face cloths? What do you think?